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f Servtces of Charles Kno t and son and Mrs. I Sgt. Roger F. Jordan l Aiman Grafton Blue, Jr. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARI ERS ADVOCATE Go ~ Florence Reunion l THURSDAY, AUGUST lI, 1966 [ Calva Assembly of d IT ...... Mr and Mrs James Grimm . [ It-.-.,. ,.~." w~r'~lva--.: Asse'~ibl,,,L j of God accompamed, their, son Berry to N Wi h r Force Now On Duty With A~r forward combat base. He is an I Church 1,~en -.- Fairfax Bird East Liverpool, Ohio on Saturday a,ir armament mechanic. I N'~'~r~-~E~ Iarm '"? v:iitt.n' ttanso n, ann'- July 23rd where, he played ball In Southeast Asia / . f with the Martinsburg Pony Lea- /ounces the followmg schedule o ~., .~,, ~*ars ] Force I~ Viet N~m The airman is a 1956 gradua~te I ~.~-~ of Page Jackson High School t ~aL~ .... ,~.u .... .~. ~.,~ ............ ~7/~I " ........ ' SaloOn,_l__nam-Alr ........ s. ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald1%~~-'~ ~serviees for Sunday and subsequ-tS~..'~".~t.~ ~r... o^..~. T..~.~o...* ~.o. uh~lL..~, Sa,igon, Vietnam-Staff Sere.e-I "~ V'ot "man l~ir~f His wife, Pauline is the dau-I~--~~ ant week mghts. " r h v t Cha tt.a * ~ ~ ] .......... l -" 10"" a m and daugh~e ave me ed o - . ant toger r. ooraan, son ot Mr.| Class Grafter W Blue Jr of ~Ull~ay ~ClIUt) at :tnJ . / Morning Worship at 11:00" i rls ha,, was destro-ed b,,t and Mrs. Frank A. Jordan of R| . _ " "' n 1 lnwnoa W Va now nn]Charles Town, is now on duty Campbell of 410 S. Lawrence St.,t 10 .4- YEt Sunday Ever~ing Evangelistic . .. J : " .~. J ......................... ..... .~--~. E.- I o.aA.~. [ ~'~"~" * ~'30 E fire on I!riday evenmg on its way duty' with U.'S. combat air forces I wi,th.U. &combat air forces In Charles Town. , I-U[ LU||I Ia|b | ............. , . :to the farm of William Kidwiler Subth Killers i, Southeast Asia. boumeas Ama. , office, ......... | Tuesday, Christ s Ambassaaors t the Harpers Ferry and Shepherds Sergeant Jordan, an aircraft ele1 Airman Blue, son of Mr. and America Using God s Gifts , will' ser | mee .uu p.m. !, town fire comna_ nies were called Lesson For August 14, 1966 ctrician, is .assigned to a forward. Mrs. Grafton W. Blue Sr. of 114 , F 0 R YO C R With Jam( men sabjeet Sund y morning, i Thursday, Bible Study at 7:30 1 to the scene, combat base. Augustine Ave., is assigned to a ler at Aug. 14, the 8:30 and the 11 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Trund,le He is a former udent at Mus-I ae on W 18, P ..... bs25,21,22:~tth.wS:21-24,43, [se'lman H,igh School, Bunker Hill/ READY MIX C0NCRffE NEOS ~ Boarc a. m. service at St. Thomas Luth- - ] and daughter of Lan.ham, Md. i Jo,, eran Church, Ranson, it was ann- ] were the week end guests of her| D.votionMRomling:l John~:]Y-2l. IW. Va. [ Y; adopts ouneed Monday by the ReD. Rich-[ WP kl [parents, Mr. and Mrs. W, illiam Two friends of Yogo, the corn-! Sergeant Jordan's wife, Cath-T H [ Metal Doors - Metal Frames And persc ard E. Neal, pastor of the church. [ DA~C~IU~ ]Snyder. [ is-strip swamp 'possum, gleefully eri, ne, is the daughter of Jerry~ L~| .|. ~ r~llar~ e*e~ Uncles. Ra Nursery held during worship for/ ....... [ Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Loudoun' announced one day: "We're filled E. Grove, of R, R. 4, Martinsburg/ ~[:LV|~ 1. 3/filUEfi LU.Re-Enforcing Steel Products for Concr lpany ~o l pre-schoal children. Sund, ay Chu- ] MISS Margaret uouser I and children of Knvx rille and with loathing!" "How come you W. Va. Mrs. Jordan's mother, Mrs. | Wet look so happy then?" Pogo want- Gay B. Grove, resides on R. R, 1,| C 0 L 0 N I A L CALL CHARLES TOWN 725-7612 OR pherdsto~ rc~t School a~t 9:45 a. m. for adults/ ~~ -_: - ~l~/Mr. and Mrs. Jack Loudan of edtoknow. ~We're always happy Inw~d. i~ngs. Se young men and women, and child Ruritan Club Meets I Harper s_ Ferry were ~unaay when we're filled with loathingI" [ ~ VISIT OUR PLANT AT RANSON, W. VA. .... z .... rand Su-erinten- ! guests at mr. an( vzrs. naroiu they chirped. [ | FUNERAL HOME plans f der t Weanesday, Epiphany CAr-I, The. Bakerton Runtan C!u [ttarding and Mrs. Annie Loudan. Most of I [ Charles Town THORN LUM ER COMPANY tons m, .,.. ,o m.00 a m at the I neId its Augus meeting on me | Mr. and Mrs. Archie T. Houser know a few peo- t Convent .,,. ' " a lon " w,~u,,,~s=. .......... .,u,~,,'~'*" .... da"z, ,~'hoir rehea ~l M,,. D.~, "o-'aWelSh' Jr.,. 6 A "ic g[ ~ and daughter__ . ..... of Mamstee, Mich.,l~iii/pie who seem to [ [ Shepherdstown Ranson Plant - Call 725-7612 - Charles Town m. Jesse ., ,,, I rot m c on ugu . v an4 Miss Margare nouser were be happiestwhen ~ athletic rsal a~ ,:o, v. ,-. ' " nd , , ' . t I hie was enjoyed by members a [ Friday evening supper guests of i ~~~ they are filled I | 725-7068-PHONES-876-2683 Plant e,h at She I their families. Thirty were in a~-| Mr and Mrs Ernest Houser and ~~i~i~[ with loathing, re- | 'barn Flei "10 D0" Sermn T0mc /tend~nce. Visitors attending werelvicMe. " [ ~~.~sentment, or ] II I lI I IAoyd exc I~ | Joe and Kim Theriot of New Or-] Mr. and Mrs. GearMd Holler I ~~ plain ill humor. Zion Epi~ I leans, Loui a na, Mr. and Mrs.| and children mo ored to Bruns- This, it seems, is PhaRip ~~:~ the way they like e of Mr. I:At 111|e Ernest Houser and Mr. Linwood| vick, Md. on Sunday and visited I 1151 I'l lll ll ti I tll$ ] Longerbeam. Entertainment wasJ Mr. ,and Mrs. John Ketterman and ReD, Althouse it. Unpleasant-I Miss NaI ...... ~. .... pdo,~ided by ,the Jefferson 4-Hi daxtghter and ~hey spent the day ~ ness has become for them a way ~ement Anna 1 %llnd$1 . H.I 11 M O~ub of Bakerton. Mr. Longer-/at Grove Park I oflife. ~MIIM~ ~ VOIV ~ II Jr~o I'IO $ zeam prowided boat rides for| Mr. Mrs" Lester Brown and l Sometime ago, while making R,nHav An~,USt 14 The ReD members and children. A very| daughter of "Martinsburg were i~ calls in a .local hospital, I'saw a ........ . 1 ' , middle-aged woman emerge from Mr. Williams will use the seconden3oyable ,t~me was spend by a l| Wednesday mght guests of Mr.~ the~Intensive Care" unit and Chute of the Primary Commandments attending, and Mrs, Gerald Hvller and fam-I over-heard her announce to a of Jesus, "To Do", for his sermon Mrs. Jean Lookingbill, Mr. and fly. group of waiting relatives:"Dad's opic at Asbury Methodist Church Mrs. Wi.liiam Capriotti and sons Mr. and Mrs. Theouit and child feeling better -- he's started to corner of N. Charles and North and Mr. and Mrs. William Snyder ren of New Orleans, La., visited complain!" aCtended the Carter reunion Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Harland Van Camp Could that be said of you?Are Streets'~-TWeach Sunday, 8:14ServiCeSand llare'o clock.held day a~ ~he Martinsburg Park. last week.__ ~. j you among those whose pleasant A nursery for pre-s hool children va.MrS'andDattieMrs. EvaRinrSMarcusf McLeanof Bal- moments are so few that they can I individually be remembered by is available. Church School with Cpl John J W s0n_ ~ those around you? a imore Md. were Saturday even- * classes for M.I ages is held at tng guests of Mrs. Robert Watson. InHo #taalln Jare~ce~ve /walkingcatalguefcmplaints' grudges, and discontentments? 9:30 A. M. The Church invites Kat~hy Sieber~ of Vanclesville S Are yousure? you ,to come and worsh, ip. W Va. was a Saturday guest of her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. W d ' e n ," d by| Tho Sin Within Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Wysong, Route/ In the sixth commandment 1, Charles Town, ~hat their son,. God has delared:"You shall not Corporal John J. Wysong, is now kill." This commandment often a patient in a hospital in Japan. has a comforting effect because The message did no~ say for what most of us know full well we have reason he had been transferred not broken it nor are we likely to. Saturday, August 13, 1966 - 10:00 A. M. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Belonging to Mrs. Van. B. Wilson Located on South Church St., Charles Town, W. Va. Governor Winthrop Walnut desk; walnut corner cupboard; loveseat; mahogany high boy; several old ehairs; leather plat- form rocker; combination bookcase and desk; several stands; old 4 poster cord bed; several open book racks; cedar chest; old safe; 2 hall stands; piece of wood with notation in Mr. Wilson's handwriting: "From John Brown's Scaffold;" oak extension table and 6 chairs; 2 oak china cupboards; magazine racks; sewing machine; utility cabinets; kitchen safe; cabinet; stools; scales; pots and pans; hall clock; pictures, picture frames and mirrors; medicine cabinet; several unpainted chests of drawers; mahogany vanity; brass andirons; fireplace tools and candle holders; old oil lamp; crocks; a very valuable collection of books; lot of china, glass ware and plated silver; floor and table lights; Crosley 4 burner electric stove; trunks and suit cases; wooden eat; electric hot plate; clothes hamper; tea cart; grocery cart; old refrigerator; brooms; coal hods; window screens; 2 wooden doors; garbage can; old otl stove; 15 ft. ladder; 6 fL step ladder; 2 wheelbarrows; garden plow; sprayer; some lumber; boat anchor; nice lot of small tools and other articles not listed. BANK Of CHARLES TOWN, Committee For MRS. VAN B. WILSON At the same time and place I will sell the following articles: Mahogany sideboard, over 150 years old; mahogany wall table; occasional table; mahogany cabinet; walnut dining table; card table. MRS. HOWARD MYERS Auctioneers: MILLER - THARPE , Clerk: C. W. MOORE ' Aug. 4.2t. Hill Cemetery t CHARL TOWN, W. VA. OFFERS FOR SALE I)l S and GRAVE ITE On Monthly Installment Plan FOUR GRAVES LOT -- $280.00 Payable $27.00 Down, Bal. 11 MONTHLY PAYMENTS $23,00, Per Month SINGLE GRAVE LOT -- $75.00 Payable $9.00 Down, Bal. 11 MONTHLY PAYMENTS $6.00, Per Month NO BURIAL WILL BE MADE UNTIL COMPLETE PAY VIENT IS RECEIVED. ALL PAYMENTS MUST BE COMPLETED WITHIN ONE YEAR. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, CALL AT SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE EAST CONGRESS STREET, Charles Town, W. Va. FOR COMPLETE DETAILS to the Japanese Hospital from DaN,ant Marine Air Force Base in South Viol Num. Corporal Wysong has been on duty wi~h the U. S. Marine Air Force at DaNang Air Base since the middle of March. His new address ~s Corporal John J. Wysong, 2065280, Ward H-B, U. S N, av~] Hosp,ital, FPO San Eranoi~sco, California, 96662. OLD DOMINION & 131 W. Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va. Telephone 725-2811 COLOR Black & White Jesus, however, did not intend to let us off that easil~. ~..A;~c~ogdAr~',to~. his ui~d~r~fftflh~fl~Sf GS~l's",ifftir-' pose, it is not only the nmrderous act that kills, but also the hateful thought or the vindictive attitude, the deep "inside" currents of feel- ing and emotion. ~But I say to you that every one who is angry with his brother shall be liable to judgment" (Matthew 5:22 RSV). One doesn't have to cut his neighbor's throat to violate God's purpose for interpersonal rela- tionships. There are many ways of injuring our neighbors, ways that fall short of murder but still bring us into God's judgment. They work slowly ~but surely to destroy us from within. They are the subtle killers, When a person indulges him- self in hating his neighbor, he hurts himself as well as the person he hates. His resentment becomes an insurmountable b a r r ie r be- tween himself and God. Thus, a man coming to worship may find that he cannot truly do so until he has first been reconciled with his neighbor. Poisonous Grudge Many medical doctors today believe that bitterness and anger affect the body like destructive poisons. Many sicknesses and af- flictions are closely related to un- resolved anger and resentment. A woman was diagnosed as having an "incurable" disease. Fervently she prayed to God, asking him to heal her, but her condition got steadily worse. One day in speaking to a SALES - SERVICE friend it became evident that she was nursing a deep grudge. ANTENNAS INSTALLED against another person who had wronged her. Encouraged to let God's love heal this bitterness, she let go of the grudge with a deep imall Appr feeling of r elief. As she did an lance! amazing thing happened: her body began getting stronger. In Ranges. Refrigerators time she was completely healed of her ~ineurable~ disease. Her re- Air Conditioners-Washers sentment had contributed the ma- Jor share of her illness and ltad shut off from God's healing A FINE SELECTION OF power. You shall riot kill," says the FURl IITURE ,,~,~ commandment, "DO .at hate," says Jesus, further develop. ~g the meaning ofthls comma~nd- SEALY BEDDING meat. Yet there is more to it than what a person is not supposed to do. There is also something ~at a person is supposed to dD:"L0ve your enemies, tnd pray fat those who persecttte you." There ~ust be something positive to fill the void left by the subtle killers. And how far does he e:tpect us to go with this forgiving love for enemles? No less far than he went: to the cr s. ff need be. (1~|o~ mt ouSlnes copyr|$~ by k~e I~v|.|m Churches d Christ in Ik U. S. A. Rohmlod ~u,nv Press Swvke,) $3.00 Per Week CHARLES TOWN GAS C0., INC. ~'~.r Heari.g Dsse~e~ Th9 ~e~! SONOTONE Of Hagerstown ROY R. RR, Manager 733 South Potomac Street Hagerstown, Md. Phone Hagerstown REgent 3-3242 Or Charles Town 725-5391 114 North Charles Street CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ATTEND CN H Down in Louisiana there's a spot which casts a spell of reverence ulxm lJ mY s;:lt what I have fund a!t nLtvhs bcaYoUndIe:a;easeeen,in the awesme 15:! 1-18 26:7-12 l! m ght of a granite peak, in t e y " w shadowy canyon. I have II heard it in the restless symphony of the surf at night, Tuesdoy Wednesday , Isaiah Joel These, the shrines of nature, are God s hot of a spiriLuaI meaning m Kfe. 48:17-22 2:28-32 But, long ago, man responded to God's hint. The churches in which we -- . . . worship and learn and serve---these are the workshops He inspired. Week by I rtursao t- Ii ~,s He'brews II week, year by year, under the hand of the Master liven axe being ashiaued ...... " " " ur II 7:35-43 12:25-29II to His blueprint.., devoted to Hm p pose. .. . II _ ll Yes, we can find God in nature! But the road of pm a| cUseovmT $Otun J?m begins along the bayou. It goes on from there to our highe que k KABLE 0IL CO', INC ' H.S. CLAPPER, YR. COMMUNITY OIL CO., INC. ESSO DISTRIBUTOR INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE CITIES SERVICE Plmne 7 -7510 Charles Town, W. Va. AND BONDS Charles W. Vs. Martimburg, W Va. Leesburg, Vx. ,,, Hill-Dale Shopping Center " S01 HERNSTATES Phone 725-7081 charles Town, W. Vs.Shepherdstown, W. Vs. Charles ToWn Cooperative, RAN$ON, W. VA. J. C. PENNEY CO. "ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY" Charles Town, W. Va. J. RUSSELL FR , INC. PHILC0 DEALER Charle Town, W. Vs. Phone 725-$511 CHARLES TOWN ESSO SERVICE : CENTER MOgLURE B. WILLINGHAM, Owner Phone 725-9904 Charles Town, W. Va. SUPERTANE GAS SERVICE H. W. WAGELEY, INC. Dial 725 921 Charles Town, W. Va. JEFFERSON HARDWARE CO., INC. SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS Phone 725-2245 Charles Town, W. HALLTOWN PAPERBoARD CO. HALLTOWN, W. VA. RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO., INC* RANSON, W. PHONE - 72 -7072 --- 725-7071 i , ,, n , The MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town, W. Vs. Phone 725-7088 SUDLEY FUNERAL HOME ShepherdsteWn Phone 876-2683 RANSON MACHINE WORKS Phone 725-56 1 Ranson, W. J. EDWARD MAGAHA ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR APPLIANCE CENTER North George St. - Phone 725-551| WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE ~. Eo SENSENEY, Owner Charles Town, W. Vs. LEGGETT'S DEPT. STORE "THE HOME of BETTER VALUES'* Charles Town, W. Vs. POWHATAN BRASS & IRON WORKS B.ANSON, W. VA. Having Sell the f miles eas FRII 13 Hob Cows, wil 0y s de; Say COW, tall; Gue Wtth Ant 4 Holstel Holste Service. ' aealth c( Farms c,=pairs; ~eering gram eo COmbine mounte~ motor; ] steel ;M bearing Wagon Deering harrow; Pulverl ttaeh.; bottom loader, I1 trash ham MeCor gaL h. p. ga Sower; tery fe: